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This is one of the funniest, rudest and most useful books you'll ever read. What questions would you ask a doctor at a comedy gig? Is it healthy to sleep with a pet? Is horse riding riskier that ecstasy? Do love eggs need to be fitted? Do unlucky beds exist? Do doctors ever pretend to hear noises with a stethoscope? Should I hand-wash my merkin? What's the best sexual position for losing weight? Has everyone had more sex than me? Should I have Scrabble before marriage? What should I do if someone dies on me during sex? GP and comedian Phil Hammond has collected two hundred and fifty of life's quirkiest queries from audiences across the UK. Open wide for the finest answers to the most bizarre questions, ranging from tongue in cheek to absolutely filthy...yet surprisingly useful.
|Publication date:||3rd September 2010|
|Author:||Dr. Phil Hammond|
|Publisher:||Black and White Publishing|
|Categories:||Humour, Popular medicine & health,|
Dr Phil Hammond is a doctor, comedian and commentator on UK health. He is the author of the best-sellers Medicine Balls and Trust Me I'm (Still) A Doctor. He also writes for Private Eye and regularly appears on Radio 4 and on TV as a regular guest on Countdown, Have I Got News For You and on BBC's Trust Me, I'm a Doctor.More About Dr. Phil Hammond